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I used to use power pro exclusively, but after hearing on this forum all the good things about sufix, I tried it.  Now that is all I use I even traded all my power pro for sufix braid.  The stuff is awesome.  

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Now that is all I use I even traded all my power pro for sufix braid.  

In what ways is Sufix superior to Power Pro?

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Braid is excellent and Power Pro sets the standard. I buy it in 1500 yard bulk spools and it's no more expensive than high quality copolymer lines. JMHO

Ronnie

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I am all about the PowerPro.

I was bass fishing 2 weeks ago and had flipped a

jig into a brush pile. A 15 lb flathead catfish snatched

it up and had me all kinds of wrapped up in the tree

branches. I was able to get that fish out of the brush

and into the boat with no problem. I didn't even have

to retie my line. 20 yards down the bank I put my jig

in another brush pile and pulled out a 5 lb largemouth.

It is nice when your line is one thing that you never have

to worry about. I never worry about my PowerPro breaking

on me.

JT Bagwell

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Power Pro and Sufix seem to be the two most popular braids on this forum. I have tried both, and Power Pro is unarguably softer and quieter than Sufix. However, opinions differ, and some swear by Sufix. I'll never use Sufix again as I much prefer Power Pro.

Either way you can't go wrong. Try them both out and see which one you like more.

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